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Suite (2002) [12′]
Wind Quintet. Performed by Quinteto de Vento da Real Filharmonia de Galicia in Lugo and in Santiago de Compostela’s University.
The Labyrinth (2003) [15′]
String quartet. Premiered in Manchester QuartetFest 2004, it also received performances at the Wigmore Hall and the City of London Festival by the Set-là Quartet.
The Ruinous Circles (2003) [4′]
Oboe (or flute), and string quartet. Premiered in the Congress of European Conservatoires in Birmigham, included in the CD Ítaca – Contemporanis de la Mediterrània. Performed by the Grup Instrumental de València for the 2006 Encontre Internacional de Compositors, Mallorca.
Abandoned Bedroom with Moon (2004) [4′]
Soprano sax., 2 violins
Conversation with J. Beuys (2005) [8′]
Flute, clarinet, piano (also available for flute, viola and harp). Winner of the 2008 Music of Today Festival in València, Spain. Published by Editorial Piles (Valencia).
The Betrayal of Images (2005) [10′]
Brief History of Sand (2006) [7′]
Violin, cello, double-bass and piano. Commissioned by Sounds Underground Ensemble and premiered at the Warehouse, Waterloo in March 2006.
Les Pleurs (2006) [4′]
Violin, viola, cello. Commissioned by violinist Vicente Huerta and premiered at the Palau de la Música de València, 2006, by the Rebec Trio.
Une Poupée en Flammes (2007) [8′]
Percussion Quartet. Commissioned by Kontakte Percussió, it was premiered in the ENSEMS International Festival (Valencia), and included in the CD ‘Nous Camins’ edited by the Valencian Music Institute. Performed subsequently in the Llíria International Percussion Festival, the X Jornades Internacionals de Percussió de Riba-Roja and at the Spanish National Percussion Conference.
The Thinking Machine (2008) [13′]
String sextet (2 vlns, 2 vlas, 2 vcs). Premiered by the Mittel Ensemble at the Royal Academy of Music during its first Composers’ Weekend on the 20th of June, 2008. The work was selected for the Internacional Conference on Contemporary Music 2010 in A Coruña by Antón García Abril , Tomás Marco , José Luis Turina and conductor Victor Pablo Pérez.
Crime – from ‘Conversing Memories of Worn-Out Wood’ (2009) [5′]
Piano Trio (violin, cello, piano). Based on Valencian Vicent Andrés Estellés’ poem ‘Crim’.
Through the Wound – from ‘Conversing Memories of Worn-Out Wood’ (2009) [8′]
Piano Trio (violin, cello, piano). Based on the poetry of Miguel Hernández, particularly his poem ‘Through the Wound’. Premiered by the Lakeside Trio (now Linos Trio) in The Menuhin Hall, on the 12th of June, 2011.
Five Words, Three Phrases (2009) [3′]
Piano Quartet (violin, viola, cello, piano). Short piece for young performers. Commissioned by the Schubert Ensemble for the 10th anniversary of their ChamberMusic2000 initiative. Premiered in the Purcell Room, London, in February 2010.
Palabras Que Gimen (2011) [4′]
Violin, Viola, Cello, Clarinet, Piano. Commissioned for an homage to Federico García Lorca organised by the Fundación Salamanca Ciudad de Cultura and premiered in the Teatro Liceo, Salamanca in October, 2011.
Sund (2016) [12′]
Wind quintet commissioned by the Airas Ensemble and performed within the Centro Nacional de Difusión Musical season in Santiago de Compostela. A reflection on the migrant crisis in the Mediterranean, it uses spacial elements and features solo movements. Premiered by the Airas Ensemble, on the 1st of October, 2017.
Rotting Wood and Damaged Iron – from ‘Conversing Memories of Worn-Out Wood’ (2018) [5′]
Piano trio movement (violin, cello, piano). Based on the poetry of Pable Neruda, particularly his poem ‘The Ghost of the Cargo Ship’. Premiered by the Linos Trio in The Menuhin Hall, on the 21st of March, 2018.